We see the same story viewed from two different perspectives -- and it's not really the same story at all. I haven't seen this yet, but it's highlighted in Mary Litch's chapter on relativism in Philosophy Through Film.
This iconic classic is loosely based on the life of newspaper mogul William Randolph Hearst. As Kane dies, his life is recalled through the eyes of various people with very different experiences and perspectives.
The pilot of a rescue copter, Captain Karen Walden, died shortly before her helicopter crew was rescued after it crashed in Desert Storm. Lt. Colonel Serling, is assigned to investigate and award her the Medal of Honor, faces conflicting accounts of what really happened.
An ex-con comes up with a plan to steal $2,000,000 without anyone getting hurt. And -- yes, you guessed it -- things go terribly wrong. The story reveals various timelines as it follows the men involved. Hat tip to jaytoast for the suggestion.
The attempted assassination of the American President is told and re-told from several different perspectives. Hat tip to jaytoast for the suggestion.
I am seeking movies for a curriculum on Film Studies & Philosophy I'm writing for my homeschooled teen-ager and me. This list concerns relativism. Multiple perspective films explore the fact that people have very different conceptual schemes. Comments and suggestions are enthusiastically welcomed. :-)